THC-B: Where Is It Legal? State By State List

Tetrahydrocannabutol (THC-B) is coming to Binoid, offering yet another type of THC compound to deliver a gratifying high paired with lots of potential cannabinoid-based benefits.  THC-B was only discovered in 2019, and it’s so new that it’s not widely available just yet.  Because of that, legislators don’t have THC-B on their radar, and no state has criminalized the cannabinoid. 

But, that doesn’t mean that it’s legal everywhere.  Certain states have created blanket laws banning psychoactive hemp derivatives, so it’s safe to assume that THC-B products is illegal in states where delta 8 THC has also been banned.

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Is THC-B Federally Legal?

First things first: THC-B is, in fact, federally legal.  This is because of the 2018 Farm Bill that determined that all hemp derivatives may be sold legally as long as they are proven to contain no more than 0.3% delta 9 THC by dry weight.  Tetrahydrocannabutol (THC-B) is not delta 9 THC, and so it’s completely legal. 

Federal law has no restrictions when it comes to the types of THC-B products that may be sold, how many milligrams of the cannabinoid they may contain, how much a person may purchase at any given time, or how much a person may possess.  Federal law doesn’t even have an age limit when it comes to buying hemp derivatives.

Is THC-B Legal In All 50 States?

While THC-B is a federally permitted cannabinoid, that doesn’t mean that it’s available in all 50 states.  When delta 8 THC first hit the market a couple of years ago, a number of states changed their hemp laws to ban psychoactive cannabinoids.  This means that while THC-B has not been explicitly banned in any state, as it’s too new to even impact legislation, it’s almost certainly illegal in states in which delta 8 is banned, based on the specifics of the law.  

Find your state below to see whether or not THC-B can be sold where you live:

  • Alabama: THC-B is legal in Alabama
  • Alaska: THC-B is probably illegal in Alaska
  • Arizona: THC-B is probably illegal in Arizona
  • Arkansas: THC-B is probably illegal in Arkansas
  • California: THC-B is legal in California
  • Colorado: THC-B is probably illegal in Colorado
  • Connecticut: THC-B legal in Connecticut
  • Delaware: THC-B is probably illegal in Delaware
  • Florida: THC-B is legal in Florida
  • Georgia: THC-B is legal in Georgia
  • Hawaii: THC-B is legal in Hawaii
  • Idaho: THC-B is probably illegal in Idaho
  • Illinois: THC-B is legal in Illinois
  • Indiana: THC-B is legal in Indiana
  • Iowa: THC-B is probably illegal in Iowa
  • Kansas: THC-B is legal in Kansas
  • Kentucky: THC-B is legal in Kentucky
  • Louisiana: THC-B is legal in Louisiana
  • Maine: THC-B is legal in Maine
  • Maryland: THC-B is legal in Maryland
  • Massachusetts: THC-B is legal in Massachusetts
  • Michigan: THC-B is legal in Michigan
  • Minnesota: THC-B is legal in Minnesota
  • Mississippi: THC-B is probably illegal in Mississippi 
  • Missouri: THC-B is legal in Missouri
  • Montana: THC-B is probably illegal in Montana
  • Nebraska: THC-B is legal in Nebraska
  • Nevada: THC-B is probably illegal in Nevada
  • New Hampshire: THC-B is legal in New Hampshire
  • New Jersey: THC-B is legal in New Jersey
  • New Mexico: THC-B is legal in New Mexico
  • New York: THC-B is probably illegal in New York
  • North Carolina: THC-B is legal in North Carolina
  • North Dakota: THC-B is probably illegal in North Dakota
  • Ohio: THC-B is legal in Ohio
  • Oklahoma: THC-B is legal in Oklahoma
  • Oregon: THC-B is probably illegal in Oregon
  • Pennsylvania: THC-B is legal in Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island: THC-B is probably illegal in Rhode Island 
  • South Carolina: THC-B is legal in South Carolina
  • South Dakota: THC-B is legal in South Dakota
  • Tennessee: THC-B is legal in Tennessee
  • Texas: THC-B is legal in Texas
  • Utah: THC-B is probably illegal in Utah
  • Vermont: THC-B is probably illegal in Vermont
  • Virginia: THC-B is legal in Virginia
  • Washington: THC-B is probably illegal Washington
  • West Virginia: THC-B is legal in West Virginia
  • Wisconsin: THC-B is legal in Wisconsin
  • Wyoming: THC-B is legal in Wyoming 

Very important to point out, that while these laws are the most current according to state, they are subject to change.  Some states are in the process of reviewing their laws on psychoactive cannabinoids as we speak, in fact. 

What this ultimately means is that this list is current, but in a couple of months another state may end up banning these cannabinoids.  So, your best bet is to periodically check to see whether or not your state has changed its laws, effectively making THC-B illegal where you reside.

Guide For Using THC-B Legally

Naturally, no one wants to accidentally get into trouble with the law because they wanted to try THC-B.  Here are some tips for making sure that every aspect of your THC-B experience is compliant with the law.

#1: Make Sure Your State Allows It

We need to emphasize again that state laws regarding hemp-derived psychoactives can change.  Hemp laws are extremely new, and many states are adjusting them as the industry evolves.  So, once again, make sure that THC-B remains legal in your state in the coming months as you begin to purchase the cannabinoid from Binoid.

#2: Ensure It’s Hemp-Derived

THC-B exists in both marijuana and hemp, but only hemp-derived THC-B is considered legal.  Marijuana remains a federally illegal substance, so any marijuana derivative is non-compliant.  Thankfully, it’s very rare to come across THC-B on the open market that’s marijuana-derived, but for what it’s worth, you should avoid black market products which may use marijuana rather than hemp derivatives, and thus are generally illegal anyway because they don’t come from licensed retailers.

#3: Look For A Lab Analysis

Hemp products are required by law to undergo a third-party testing process through a state-certified laboratory.  Not only does this check for safety and quality, but it looks for legal compliance.  THC-B products should be third-party-tested, and the lab reports should be accessible through the retailer’s website.  These lab reports confirm that the THC-B product is compliant with the law by proving that it contains no more than 0.3% delta 9 THC.

#4: Be Mindful Of Where And When You Use It

Keep in mind that even if THC-B is legal in your state, there may be laws restricting where you can use certain products.  Any THC-B product that is vaped or smoked is illegal to use in places where vaping and smoking are generally prohibited, such as most indoor public spaces.

Can THC-B Result In A Failed Drug Test?

Now, let’s get back into the practicalities regarding THC-B.  One question that we’ve been getting ever since CBD hit the scene is whether or not hemp can cause you to fail a drug test.  Well, here’s where it gets interesting.  Hemp as a whole, in the form of flower or full spectrum hemp, will not usually cause a failed drug test. 

This is because the amount of THC-B, including both delta 8, delta 9, and other Delta's is so low in hemp that it won’t even register. However, THC-B may be a different story, and it is possible THC-B products will trigger a drug test. That we know. 

However, the interesting thing about THC-B is that it is not Delta 9 THC, and is therefore should not show up on a Delta 9 drug test. Although, depending on the concentration and if there is Delta 9 on the formula THC-B will actually show up as a fail on a drug test. The same way as Delta 9 products

Where To Buy THC-B Vapes & Products In Your State

The best place to buy THC-B and THC-B products is from Binoid, one of the largest and best THC-B brands that has a wide variety of THC-B carts, THC-B disposables, and THC-B Tinctures for you to enjoy. Binoid has 1000s of five star reviews for products that people are loving. 

The FDA’s Role In THC-B

Presently, the FDA has not yet regulated hemp products, even though they are legal.  What this means is that there could come a time when the FDA creates its own guidelines on FDA that are technically not part of state or federal law.  At the moment, hemp products are sold in an unregulated market, which means that companies can essentially do whatever they want when producing hemp-based goods. 

This is largely why we have such an enormous selection of product types to choose from when looking for CBD and other hemp derivatives. This means that for the time-being, you can legally buy THC-B products (assuming that it is legal in your state) that has not been created with industry regulations. 

This is a good thing in that it gives us a wider variety of products to choose from.  But, it also means that you have to be careful when making a purchase, to know for a fact that what you are getting is not just legitimate, but also high in quality and free of impurities and toxic substances that dilute the product formula.

How THC-B Products Are Made

To take the hemp plant and produce THC-B products from THC-B concentrate, companies can choose a few different ways.  

Method #1: Extraction

Manually isolating the THC-B compound from the hemp’s composition and extract it to create a concentrate.  As you can imagine, extracting a compound that is present in less than 0.1 percent of the plant’s entire makeup is tedious and expensive, because an enormous amount of plant material must be used to produce a fair amount of extract.

Method #2: Rearranging Compounds

Tetrahydrocannabutol (THC-B) is a homologue of delta 9 THC. Plainly speaking, this cannabinoid structure is a long chain, and the longer the chain the more potent and effective the compound is. Also has been determined how THC-B works on CB1 receptors on a stronger level than delta 9 THC.  Keep in mind, too, it’s the CB1 receptors in the brain that trigger the psychoactive effect for which we experience from those THC-based cannabinoids in general.

What’s unique about this process is that it’s also much more “sound” in terms of its legality.  CBD is known to be a largely safe substance, and by using molecular chemistry to turn it into THC-B you’re helping to break the association to delta 9 THC. 

Can THC-B Be Discovered On A Lab Test By Law Enforcement?

Another concern that many have is that THC-B may be read if analyzed by a lab.  Let’s say a cop pulls you over and discovers your THC-B vape oil.  Then, they confiscate it and test it to see whether or not it’s legal.  Again as stated before, because THC-B and THC-B products are not Delta 9 THC products, that means it will likely not spike anything on a drug test.

For now, it looks like you can carry THC-B vape cartridges and other products without worry. However, this does not mean using the products irresponsibility. Still do not operate machinery after taking THC-B 

Final THC-B Legal Thoughts

Overall, tetrahydrocannabutol (THC-B) does not have any unique laws that separate it from other cannabinoids.  But, unfortunately, the cannabinoid is almost definitely prohibited in certain states that have also banned delta 8 THC. 

Fortunately, for now, the majority of the country can embrace this new and exciting psychoactive hemp derivative, and Binoid will happily ship THC-B anywhere in which sales of THC-B products are permitted.

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